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Language: english


Keywords: Gibson Fender Strat Les Paul P90 Tele Telecaster Pickup Pickups Guitar Humbucker Single Coil Nocaster Wide Range Stelley TP90 T Bucker Bass Fat Moggy Phat Cat Custom Handwound Scatterwound Delu

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Important pages are Humbuckers, Single Coil and Bass. In the following table you'll find the 7 most important pages of

# Description URL of the website
1. Hum­bu­ckers /hum­bu­ckers.htm
2. Single coil /single coil.htm
3. Bass /bass.htm
4. P90 /p90.htm
5. Or­de­ring /or­de­ring.htm
6. Archi­ve /archi­ve.htm
7. Spe­cials /spe­cials.htm

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Server provider:1&1 Internet AG
Number of websites:about 100 - more websites using this IP address
Best-known (a bit known), (little known), (little known)
Language distribution:83% of the websites are english

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Webserver software: Apache
Generator:Xara HTML filter v.
Load time: 0.19 seconds (faster than 91 % of all websites)
HTML version:XHTML 1.0 Transitional
Filesize:14.05 KB (330 recognized words in text)

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